This imposing home, extending to approximately 1852.2 square feet, has been skilfully created by the present owners being completed approximately 15 years ago with conventional brick and tile construction and arranged over 2 floors. The property has a superbly planned flowing layout for entertaining and living approached via a bright entrance hallway with feature glass atrium allowing tremendous amounts of natural light which spills into the large vaulted ceiling reception space with full width folding oak doors onto the same level deck and elevated views of the River. A feature built in log burning stove helps to enhance this space in colder seasons.
The external walls are of brick and thermal block part-insulation filled cavity design. The raised ground floor is a concrete beam and thermal block construction. All the internal ground floor walls are solid block and plaster. The windows are double glazed and hardwood finished in Oak. There are 2 photovoltaic panels on the roof giving solar energy to the pressurised heating system.
The fitted kitchen with an array of storage cupboards and preparation surfaces also has a separate utility room housing the washing machine and tumble dryer whilst a second walk in cupboard allows for further storage and the pressurised hot water system.
The double aspect master bedroom to the ground floor, has ensuite facilities and also accesses the Riverside decking and swimming pool.
To the first floor is a galleried landing benefitting from the full effects of the atrium and a door leading to the roof terrace enjoying elevated Southerly views of the garden and River beyond. Two further bedrooms and a full family bathroom complete this floor.
From the raised decking there are steps leading down to the Riverside gardens enjoying a southerly aspect with a good deal of privacy extending to the 65ft moorings and River. The garden is beautifully landscaped including extensive natural screening from trees and shrubs, two decked waterside areas for entertaining and a raised summerhouse positioned for ultimate views of the water. Further steps from here lead down to the mooring and floating pontoons for private mooring on this idyllic stretch of the River.
The bespoke heated swimming pool with fitted swim flow system is just below the deck to one side of the property and has an easy glide retractable telescopic enclosure so swimming can be enjoyed with the enclosure in an open or closed position allowing use all year round
Upon entering the property grounds there are well stocked flower and shrub borders together with a separate outbuilding currently used as an office being insulated, double glazed and plenty of storage.
There are a number of schools in Shepperton, with Primary Schooling at St Nicholas Church of England offering co-education between 5 and 11 years old. Saxon Primary School catering for co-education between 4 and 11 years of age. Halliford Boys Independent School for 11-16 year olds and co-education for 6 form 16-18 years old. Thamesmead School co-educating 11-16 year olds.
Shepperton village has a well supported array of shops, restaurants, coffee bars and pubs, together with a bus service accessing numerous towns, including, Cherstey, Walton on Thames, Sunbury, Staines upon Thames, Hounslow and Kingston and the railway station serving London Waterloo (16 miles) taking between 53 and 57 minutes depending on route and has approximately 39 trains a day.
Motorway access to the M25 and M3 are both within a 12 minute drive.
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